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Syfy (previously Sci-Fi Channel and Sci-Fi) is an American digital TV and satellite TV station that is possessed by the NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment Group division of NBCUniversal, an auxiliary of Comcast.[1] The station highlights sci-fi, dream, frightfulness, otherworldly, paranormal, show, and reality programming.[2] Syfy is accessible to 92.4 million families in America.

In 1989, Boca Raton, Florida, interchanges lawyer Mitchell Rubenstein and his significant other Laurie Silvers conceived the idea for the Sci-Fi Channel, and wanted to have it start broadcasting in December 1990,[4] yet came up short on the assets to dispatch it.[5] In March 1992, the idea was gotten by USA Networks, at that point a joint endeavor between Paramount Pictures and Universal Studios.[6][7] The station was viewed as a characteristic fit with exemplary movies and TV arrangement that the two studios had in their vaults, including Universal’s Dracula, Frankenstein, and the Rod Serling TV arrangement Night Gallery, alongside Paramount’s Star Trek. Star Trek’s maker Gene Roddenberry and creator Isaac Asimov were among those on the underlying warning board,[8] yet both had kicked the bucket when the channel at last propelled on September 24, 1992. Rubenstein reviewed: “The primary thing that was on the screen was ‘Committed to the recollections of Isaac Asimov and Gene Roddenberry’.”[9] Leonard Nimoy was emcee at the channel’s dispatch party, held at the Hayden Planetarium in Manhattan. Asimov’s widow Janet and Roddenberry’s widow Majel Barrett were both in attendance.[9] The principal program appeared on the system was the film Star Wars.[10]

In 1994, Paramount was sold to Viacom, trailed via Seagram’s buy of a controlling stake in MCA (of which Universal was an auxiliary) from Matsushita (a.k.a. Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. (松下電器産業株式会社 Matsushita Denki Sangyō Kabushiki-Kaisha) the following year.[11] In 1997, Viacom sold its stake in USA Networks to Universal, who spun off the entirety of its TV advantages for Barry Diller the following year. After three years, Diller would offer these benefits back to Universal, by then an auxiliary of Vivendi SA (at the time known as Vivendi Universal). Vivendi’s film and TV generation and satellite TV resources were then converged with General Electric’s NBC to shape NBC Universal in 2004. In 2010, Comcast obtained SYFY’s parent organization NBCUniversal.[citation needed]

A superior quality variant of the channel propelled on October 3, 2007, on DirecTV.[12] In 2013, Syfy was given the James Randi Educational Foundation’s Pigasus Award for what was depicted as faulty reality programming including paranormal subjects.